I like to read, write, play video games, eat, cook, dance, practice martial arts (I've trained in several).
I listen to a lot of different music but I don't like country, that is about the only genre I don't like. I have on my Ipod artists such as: Justin Timberlake, Lindsey Stirling, Powerman 5000, Linkin Park to name a few.
I am big on respect, I've had to deal with a lot of negativity/disrespect when it comes to my health issues.. I tend to be very shy, especially around people I've just met. I like to keep an open mind as well. I'd like to say im a positive person but I can be very negative and harsh (especially on myself and some it has to do with my health issues).
I like to joke around a lot too, and people say I'm smart and I'd like to think I am sometimes with my brain fog I don't feel so smart nowadays though lol. It also makes social situations a bit more awkward now too (the brain fog that is). It is getting a lot better though.
I can be very sensitive about some things (especially my health issues!) and I do have a short temper (which is one of the reasons I love martial arts and practice them). I've been trying to get back into martial arts as well as meditation as of late as well.
I also like animals a lot too, not in any weird way, I sometimes talk to them. Animals seem to generally like me though and they don't talk back so in that respect they are better than humans.
These past 4-5 years have been very tough on me, not only have I dealt with chronic health issues but a lot of judgement and criticism. I recently got a new job and my business and writing is starting to pick up.
I feel like this is a fresh start for me and a lot of awesome things are happening soon. I think dealing with my health issues and difficult people has in some ways made me a better person, as the best of us often come out in the worst of times.
I have a lot of plans for the future, I want to possibly go back to college, write at least a few ebooks (maybe publish some in print as well). I'd also like to educate/inform about mthfr and other chronic health issues, since its often ignored or wrongly judged and almost like a taboo subject.